Articles Tagged ‘Eindhoven’
Burgas will have a new summer-seasonal base with Wizz Air, while easyJet and Blue Air will begin service. All three were announced within the same 24 hours.
Wizz Air is to open its second base in Bosnia and Herzegovina at Sarajevo. No routes have direct competition and its first aircraft is now fully allocated.
Wizz Air started Rzeszów to Eindhoven on 15 December, with Amsterdam the fifth-largest unserved market from the Polish airport.
Transavia’s two AOCs passed 18m seats last year, with Transavia France up by a 17% CAGR since 2010. This year, they were to begin 60+ routes and many began.
We interview Dean Boljuncic about EIN’s development + future. The airport’s one-hour catchment has 7 million people + a 20% higher GDP than the Dutch avg.
Wizz Air begins Abu Dhabi; American Airlines to start Seattle – Shanghai; Air Albania to be fifth airline from Tirana to London; and much, much more.
As Ryanair announces it is to Paphos to Eindhoven, Gdansk, and Prague, and Prague to Kosice, we look at the details.
Less than a month ago, Wizz Air announced a new base at Larnaca. It’ll now add another aircraft and five new routes.
Eindhoven Airport gains from new Ryanair, transavia.com and Wizz Air routes; new terminal expansion and hotel help
Not many European airports have managed double-digit growth in each of the last three years, but Eindhoven in the Netherlands has. Three of Europe’s biggest LCCs account for almost all commercial flights, and we highlight which have been the latest network additions.
Transavia.com launches five new routes from Eindhoven this summer; Ryanair competes directly on 40% of flights
Local carrier Transavia.com is only the third biggest carrier at Eindhoven this summer (after Ryanair and Wizz Air), but which four new destinations has it added this week? Which other destination will start in April and on which routes does the airline compete directly with Ryanair?
Does Ryanair’s EURO ANNIE mark the day that the low cost model changed forever? (Ryanair and successful partner airports celebrate prizes)
Ryanair’s CEO, and several of its successful partner airports, celebrated winning anna.aero EURO ANNIE prizes and, while the airline itself painted a future of slowed growth and hinted that it would withdraw from some markets, it mixed this in with assertions that it would open 6-10 more bases, including its first in North Africa.
Italy again featured high in the airport prizes – Venice Marco Polo for the most new carriers, while Bari and Trapani both secured Traffic Growth Prizes. Moscow Domodedovo gained the Most New Routes, while Istanbul Atatürk and Schiphol share the valuable title for Most New Non-European Routes.